B&H # IOGWHD11 MFR # GWHD11
"Works Great...great product...I called IOGear technical support and they stated that it might be the Thunderbolt > HDMI dongle that is a bit unreliable....This thing is not only bullet proof and driver free, it has an excellent image quality."See more
B&H # IMPSLC MFR # PSL-C
"Very good...It's good!...I've tried this with my Canon 430 EX and Yongnuo YN568EXII and it worked great....This is a fairly simple device, my second one in fact, and it serves me well."See more
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B&H # IMPSLN MFR # PSL-N
"Works Great...Does the job...Good product, I just received it and try out....it took me a while to figure the battery it came with was dead otherwise satisfied"See more
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B&H # IMPTAC16 MFR # PT-AC16
The low-profile 1.2 x 1.6 x 2.8" PowerTrigger transmitter has a hot shoe for your camera, a test button, and 16 separate channels operating on the 433 MHz frequency to prevent interference from other devices. Channels are chosen on both the transmitter and receiver by configuring 4 DIP switches in 1 of 16 permutations on both the transmitter or receiver for wireless triggering from up to 75' away with flash sync speeds of up to 1/200 second. The transmitter runs on a pre-installed, 23A battery that can last up to 2 years with normal use.
Unlike the transmitter, the PowerTrigger receiver doesn't use batteries and is instead powered by the same AC cord that's used for your monolight. Think of it as an in-line receiver. Simply plug the end of the power cord into the receiver then plug the receiver's power cord into the head's power outlet. Finally, plug the PowerTrigger's attached 3.5mm sync cable into the flash. A 1/4" mono plug adapter is provided if the head doesn't have 3.5mm input. If you don't know what your flash head's sync voltage is, or if you're using an older unit you might want to purchase a Wein Safe-Sync adapter (MFR# 990-510) to insure that the sync voltage remains under 6V. The Safe Sync's monoplug attachment can be easily adapted to 3.5mm if necessary.
"A Must Have...Works great...Able to use multiple light and flash units for a single photo...these work very well with impacts monolight package, I can't see myself using wires ever."See more
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B&H # CI6611 MFR # 6-611
"Works great...SO far So good....I put one RX on a small monitor for director handset and I don't have to worry about the antennae get broken off by someone less careful than I. Another great feature, that I use a lot, is loop out sdi on the transmitter and 2 sdi out on the receiver....So far, I've pushed the distance out to a football field, with no signal loss, also used it out on the water , filming boat to boat, and inside a manufacturing facility."See more
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B&H # AMVFWR2 MFR # VFWR2
"Exceeded expectations...No issues show after show....The wireless remote worked even at a greater range than was described....Great addition to the fog machine."See more
B&H # IMCS16TK MFR # CS-16-TRK
Operating on the 433 MHz frequency, the ControlSync 16 Transmitter can raise and lower the power of the slave flash in 1/10 or 1/3 stop increments as well as turn modeling lights and audio alerts on and off. It's also capable of turning the AF assist on or off on flash units that have this feature. The ControlSync 16 transmitter runs on 2 AA batteries and is intended for use with the CS-16-R receiver that's included in this kit. Besides triggering your flash from up to 150' away, the ControlSync 16 transmitter can be used as a handheld remote controller to adjust the settings on all your compatible flash units that are connected to a ControlSync receiver, even if you use a different device or method to trigger them.
Powered by the host device via USB instead of batteries, the included ControlSync 16 Receiver accepts a signal from one of 16 user-selected channels for triggering and function control of the flash.
"No complaints....They work perfectly together."See more
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B&H # ROHTRXTX MFR # HT-RXTX
"HDMI Extensions at high quality...It also handles HDCPwith no problems...We always use cat5 shielded for less than 200ft and cat 6 shielded for over 200 ft. Shielded is important when you are running your lines near lighting, power distros."See more
B&H # KOHDSIRKIT MFR # HDS-IRKIT
B&H # KR616RT MFR # 616R/T
B&H # FSDVT1CWHT MFR # DV-WPXT-1C-WHT
B&H # SOWLLTR1PII MFR # WLL-TR-1P-II
B&H # AVWHD3DIR50M MFR # W-HD3DIR-50M-SET
B&H # KRKW14 MFR # KW-14
B&H # TICONXBLK MFR # CONXBLK
B&H # VIHB10B MFR # HB10B
B&H # DIMOTRS MFR # M_OTRS
B&H # CACTHDVDE180 MFR # CT-HDVD-EXT-IR180
B&H # IKBZ2000PRO MFR # BZ2000-PRO
B&H # LESMWBA1BSA1
The transmitter offers selectable outputs to bolster its operating range from 25, 40, and 100mW. Input-gain adjustments are possible in 1 dB increments for a total range of 44 dB. Low-pass filters can be switched to roll off 30, 50, 70, 120, and 150 Hz to mitigate low-end disturbances. Furthermore, the omnidirectional, electret lavaliers terminate into a TA5M 5-pin input connector. Their frequency response is from 20 Hz to 20 kHz with a slight rise around 10 kHz, resulting in a brighter "airier" response.
The SRc dual-channel slot-mount ENG receiver consist of two separate receivers built into a single, ultra-compact housing with adapters for video-camera-receiver slots and for stand-alone use. Each receiver is equipped with Digital Hybrid wireless technology that provides compandor-free audio and is compatible with other wireless systems.
A built-in spectrum analyzer scans across the tuning range of the receiver and displays a histogram of RF activity across the band. Areas of RF activity are easily recognizable. The two internal receivers can be operated separately and both have switching, antenna-combining diversity, or in tandem with ratio-diversity reception. A variety of output adapters and mounting options are available for the kits camera-slot operation.